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Hurricane Sandy Emergency Contact List

Key contacts, numbers and websites for emergency services and offices West Islip residents might need as Hurricane Sandy bears down on Long Island.

As Hurricane Sandy - aka Frankenstorm - has her sights set on West Islip, Long island and the entire East Coast, it’s imperative for residents to have a list of key emergency numbers.

West Islip Patch has put together a list of local Town, County and support organizations and their contact information that residents can print out before Hurricane Sandy hits home.

POLICE

  • Suffolk County Police: 631-852-COPS (2677)

SCHOOLS

SENIOR

  • Islip Town Senior Services: 631-224-5340

PETS

  • Suffolk County Animal Control: 631-382-7722
  • Islip Town Animal Shelter: 631-224-5660

ASSISTANCE

  • American Red Cross of Suffolk County: 631-924-6700
  • Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management: 631-852-4900
  • NYS Insurance Department: 1-800-342-3736

UTILITIES

  • Long Island Power Authority: 1-800-490-0075 (to report downed power lines or electrical emergency)
  • National Grid: 1-800-490-0045 (emergency gas safety service)
  • Suffolk County Water Authority (24-Hour Repairs): 631-665-0663
  • Water Authority (regular): 631-698-9500
  • Cablevision: 631-727-6300

TRAVEL

  • Hampton Jitney: 631-283-4600
  • Hampton Luxury Liner: 631-567-5100
  • Long Island Rail Road: 718-217-5477
  • Suffolk County Transit (Bus): 631-852-5200

MEDICAL

  • Suffolk County Health Services: 631-853-3000
  • Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center Emergency Department: 631-376-4045
  • Good Sam Main Number: 631-376-4444 (after hours, 631-376-3000)
  • Good Sam Patient Information: 631-376-4005
  • North Shore LIJ Southside Hospital Main Number: 631-968-3000
  • North Shore LIJ Southside Hospital Emergency Department: 631-968-3314
  • North Shore LIJ Southside Hospital Patient Information: 631-968-3352

GOVERNMENT

  • Islip Department of Emergency Management: 631-224-5730

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